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Former New York City Police Officer turned full time entertainer, Jeff Conlon found the dream to play music the day Harry Chapin died, July 16th, 1981. His love for singer songwriter style folk-rock music began burning a fire in his soul. After Jeff's first live performance at The Blarney Castle Green Rose Cafe in Rockaway NY, roughly 37 years ago, that fire would never go out. The writing of original music coupled with covering his favorite artists has lead him to many incredible gigs in front of some of the most interesting people. That journey includes festivals and clubs from Maine to Florida, BB Kings to Shea Stadium, backyard parties to weddings and more. Conlon quotes, "My goal is that everyone in the room feels like I am there for them. To put a smile on someone's face even briefly means my job is done!" Conlon never plays the same show twice, generally letting the audience decide the set list. His music spans from Southern to Celtic Rock, Folk to Country, Classic Rock to World Music. Although his main instrument is electric and acoustic guitar, he also plays banjo, mandolin, and bagpipes!